Chivalry 2 is a success: 300,000 copies sold on Steam in a very short time

Chivalry 2 is a success: 300,000 copies sold on Steam in a very short time

Chivalry 2 is a success

Torn Banner can celebrate. Yep, because Chivalry 2 was really a huge sales success. After being an Epic Games exclusive for some time, the title finally landed on Steam on Sunday 12 June 2022. The results? Definitely extraordinary, as reported by the developer in a twitter launched on Twitter.

Let's go in order: Chivalry 2 was already available on the Epic Game Store from 2021, but this year the terms of exclusivities have expired. This allowed Torn Banner to be able to bring their game to Steam and in just ten days the sales even exceeded the expectations of the development studio. The game has in fact sold more than 300,000 copies from 12 to 22 June 2022, a sign of how many players have preferred to wait for the release on the Valve client.

Chivalry 2 has sold over 300,000 units on Steam in 10 days, since its launch on June 12!

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- Chivalry 2 (@ChivalryGame) June 22, 2022

There are several reasons why the title managed to conquer a large slice of the public. The first is certainly due to Chivalry's huge fan base. The second probably also concerns the introductory price. The first-person multiplayer slasher is in fact sold with a large discount percentage. Until 7 July 2022 it is possible to buy the title for 21.59 euros compared to the 35.99 euros required by the list price. A good 40% less, which has certainly convinced several people to buy.

Chivalry 2 sees huge Steam sales in first ten days

Chivalry 2, the online multiplayer slasher from Torn Banner, released on Steam on June 12, and in its first ten days has managed to rack up some enormous sales figures, along with “very positive” reviews from players.

The Steam release of Chivalry 2 has so far sold over 300,000 copies, adding to the game’s already impressive total since it launched on consoles and the Epic games store in June 2021. In August, Torn Banner revealed that Chivalry 2 – the sequel to 2012’s Chivalry: Medieval Warfare – had passed 1m units sold, with players scoring 420m kills, over 8m hours of playing time. This latest milestone marks another success for the Canadian developer, which is also celebrating 5,550 “very positive” Steam user reviews, and the addition of the new Tenosian faction.

The Tenosian update also added mounts to Chivalry 2 for the first time, as well as new deathmatch and objective maps, and a host of weapons and skins. It follows the February House Aberfell update, which introduced a 64-player map, and a couple of more colourful features in the form of pig stealing and weaponised bees.

Once dominated by the likes of Crusader Kings and Age of Empires, the medieval genre has undergone something of a renaissance (no pun intended) over recent years, with games like Kingdom Come: Deliverance, A Plague Tale: Innocence, For Honor, and Mordhau all competing for the hollow crown. So if you’re tired of all the guns, bombs, and airstrikes, and want to get a little more up close and personal, you’re absolutely spoiled for choice right now. In fact, to commemorate its launch, Chivalry 2 is 40% off on Steam until July 7, so there’s no excuse not to grab your shield and start swinging an axe into somebody’s face.